The Postulates 11 – 15 (old)

These postulates are being developed from the subject clearing of Buddhism, Scientology and philosophy in general. This is a work in progress. Constructive criticism is welcome.


POSTULATE # 11: From the universal viewpoint all dimensions of the universe naturally appear continuous, harmonious and consistent.

COROLLARY: The continuity, harmony and consistency of observations constitute the background of truth.

The universal viewpoint uses the universal context. There are no hidden pre-conceived notions because everything is out there in the open as part of the universal context. In this context all dimensions of the universe appear just as they are. These dimensions are naturally continuous, harmonious and consistent. Therefore, the continuity, harmony and consistency of observations constitute the background of truth, and any observed discontinuity, disharmony or inconsistency points to missing truth.


POSTULATE # 12: We may not know the absolute truth, but truth appears as continuity, harmony and consistency among observations.

COROLLARY: Truth is improved by the practice of AS-IS-NESS.

COROLLARY: Truth is worsened by the practice of ALTER-IS-NESS.

COROLLARY: Truth is denied by the practice of NOT-IS-NESS.

Truth is perceived as continuity, harmony and consistency among observations in an area. Determining the absolute truth may not be possible, but we can definitely restore truth in an area by resolving all discontinuities, disharmonies and inconsistencies present.

AS-IS-NESS is seeing things as they are. It helps us recognize considerations that we have been adding to what is there. As we get rid of such considerations, we improve the level of truth.

ALTER-IS-NESS is using self-generated considerations to explain away anything that does not make sense. As we add such considerations, we worsen the level of truth.

NOT-IS-NESS is simply denying any confusions. It suppresses the discovery of truth.


POSTULATE # 13: As a viewpoint individuates from the universal viewpoint, it becomes narrower. This results in gaps in awareness, which the viewpoint fills with self-generated considerations.

COROLLARY: Gaps in awareness point to missing truth.

COROLLARY: Self-generated considerations start to act as filters to hide the gaps.

A viewpoint that has individuated from the universal viewpoint, is no longer looking in the universal context. Thus, many relationships are hidden from it in the narrower context it is using. This results in gaps in awareness, which generate confusions. To handle the confusions the viewpoint generates its own considerations to align data. Such considerations become embedded and start to filter all incoming perceptions. This creates continual ALTER-IS-NESS.


POSTULATE # 14: As the viewpoint practices ALTER-IS-NESS, it falls away from the Knowingness of the universal viewpoint through Lookingness, Emotingness, Effortingness, Thinkingness, Symbolizingness, Eatingness, and Sexingness, down to Mystery.

COROLLARY: An individual is below Knowingness somewhere on the Know-to-Mystery scale.

The Know-to-Mystery scale describes the increasing individuation of the viewpoint. As the viewpoint narrows it no longer sees things as they are, and simply holds opinions about them. Thus, many viewpoints come about that hold different opinions about the same thing. They diverge and become more individual as they descend the Know-to-Mystery scale. Any agreement among them is in terms of opinions only.

The viewpoints, however, may rise back toward Knowingness as it practices AS-IS-NESS. The Know to Mystery Process may assist in this recovery. As the viewpoints move up the Know-to-Mystery scale, they start to converge, and agreements are no longer necessary.


POSTULATE # 15: The person, in practicing NOT-IS-NESS, brings about the persistence of unwanted existences, and so brings about unreality, which includes forgetfulness, unconsciousness, and other undesirable states.

NOT-IS-NESS is denying reality or the plain truth that is in front of your eyes. This happens when the reality is overwhelming. But one must go back in one’s mind and examine what happened, otherwise one is stuck with unwanted conditions.

A sincere consideration of your experiences may help you realize the extent of the unwanted condition. The process Unwanted Conditions may assist you in your efforts.


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